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GSKit to OpenSSL replay now available

  • 1.  GSKit to OpenSSL replay now available

    Posted Wed October 21, 2020 01:27 PM
    A big "Thank you!" to Sunil for this morning's Chat with the Labs session on GSKit and OpenSSL. The replay is now available in this forum's Library under "webcast replays."

    GSKit Replay link

    Carlton Doe

  • 2.  RE: GSKit to OpenSSL replay now available

    Posted Thu October 22, 2020 07:28 AM
    During the Q&A of the webinar session, there was a small confusion about whether the IBM Informix Server can use OpenSSL instead of GSKit.
    Clarification: IBM Informix Server always uses GSKit only. Even versions 14.10.xC4W1 and newer versions continue to always use GSKit. For the foreseeable future, there is no support for the IBM Informix Server using OpenSSL instead of GSKit.

    Regards, Martin


    Martin Fuerderer

    Software Engineer, OneDB Development

    HCL Technologies Ltd.

    Frankfurter Ring 17

    80807 Munich, Germany


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